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Who’s sponsoring the SHOMOs?

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We couldn’t run our annual conference and awards without the support of our sponsors.

Please do take a moment to check out who they all are before the event, and then go chat with them at the Money Fair during the afternoon.

Yolt

Yolt is a money platform built to give you the power to be smart with your money. Created to end multiple app juggling, Yolt enables you to view your accounts and credit cards in one clear app, so you can ‘unthink money’ and live life to the fullest. 

Yolt, a Fintech owned by ING, was born in 2016 and has the strength and stability of a corporate, yet thinks and acts in an agile way. Yolt has created all its systems in-house from scratch and is currently in open beta in the UK.

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Quidco

Quidco is the UK’s number one cashback platform. We help people to get something extra every time they shop. Buying better means a better life, and since 2005 we’ve helped over seven million people buy better, earning over £400million in cashback on their purchases.

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Schroders

Schroders is a global investment manager helping institutions, intermediaries and individuals meet their goals, and prepare for the future. As the world changes, so do our clients’ needs. That’s why we have a long history of adapting to suit the times and keeping our focus on what matters most to our clients.

We are responsible for £449.4 billion (€508.2 billion/$593.3 billion)* of assets for our clients who trust us to deliver sustainable returns. We have 4,600 people across six continents who focus on doing just this. We remain determined to build future prosperity for them, and for all of society.

We are a global business that’s managed locally. This allows us to always keep our clients’ needs at the heart of everything we do. For over 200 years and more than seven generations we’ve grown and developed our expertise in tandem with our clients’ needs and interests.

*as at end of June 2018

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Experian

For more than 100 years, Experian has been using the power of data to transform lives.

From buying a home, to getting the best financial products and protecting identity, Experian is there to help consumers make better decisions about their personal finances and help them achieve their life ambitions.

Whether it’s choosing the right credit card or getting the best mortgage, Experian, with its innovative products and services, is there to empower consumers to take control and unlock the power of their financial data.

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idealo

idealo helps savvy shoppers make smart buying decisions. As Europe’s leading price comparison platform, idealo searches over 900,000 products and 200 million retailer offers to give shoppers the best deal. Over 500,000 UK shoppers use idealo each month to save money on everything from mobile phones, games and TVs to home appliances, toys and fashion!

Idealo’s Price History tool allows shoppers to monitor how the price of an item changes over the year, identifying when is the best time to buy. The handy, free app with barcode scanner gives shoppers freedom to compare prices on the go, instore or online!

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Sainsbury’s Bank

Opened in 1997, Sainsbury’s Bank range of financial products includes credit cards, savings and loans, as well as travel money, mortgages, and car, home, pet, travel and life insurance.

Loyalty is very important to us so we offer Sainsbury’s shoppers great deals and rewards for choosing to shop and bank with us.

Nectar card holders also receive extra points and preferential rates across a range of products.

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PensionBee

PensionBee is an online pension manager that brings old pensions into one plan in a straightforward
way. Customers can manage their pension like they manage their bank account; they can look at
their live balance, make contributions online and use a smart calculator to plan their saving.
PensionBee does this by using technology every step of the way. Since launching in 2016 PensionBee
has attracted more than 100,000 signups and combined the pensions of close to 20,000 customers,
managing over 250m in AUM. (July 2018).

By focusing on ease, full transparency on fees and jargon-free communication, PensionBee has been
able to demystify pensions and appeal to people across the age spectrum. As Forbes recently
summarised: “PensionBee cracked the pension sector and got the fintech world buzzing.”

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Awin

Awin is a global affiliate network, comprised of 15 offices worldwide. With 1,000 employees, 100,000 contributing publishers and 13,000 advertisers, Awin connects customers with brands in over 180 countries around the globe. Operating across the finance, retail, telecommunications and travel verticals, Awin generated £12 billion in revenue for its advertisers and £540 million for its publishers in the last financial year.

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WidgetMaker

WidgetMaker is a platform that builds widgets for bloggers, focused primarily on boosting their affiliate income opportunities. Associated benefits are increased user engagement and longer time spent on page – great metrics to boost when looking for getting more affiliate partnerships.

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Onedox

Onedox is on a mission to revolutionise household admin. With a free digital dashboard that automatically collects household bills and displays them in one place, that sends alerts whenever new information is available or a renewal date is approaching, and which provides a convenient way of taking action like switching to a better deal or provider, Onedox is helping consumers save significant time and money, so they can spend more on the things they love.

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Rathbone Unit Trust Management

Rathbone Unit Trust Management Limited is a wholly-owned, London-based subsidiary of Rathbone Brothers plc. In 1995 and 1996 respectively, Rathbone Brothers acquired stockbrokers Laurence Keen and Neilson Cobbold, securing many private wealth managers, and their clients. The company also acquired unit trusts from Laurence Keen Unit Trust Management including the Rathbone Income Fund – the success of which led to a rebranding of the operation in 1999 to Rathbone Unit Trust Management Limited. Through its subsidiaries, the parent company manages £37.8 billion of client funds, of which £5.3 billion is managed by Rathbone Unit Trust Management Limited. (As at 31 March 2018).

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Lansons

Lansons is a full-service communications consultancy, specialising in corporate, financial, media and political communications. Our specialists design and build campaigns to protect, expand and develop the reputations of businesses across the world. We help our clients achieve their objectives by communicating more effectively with customers, investors, employees, policy-makers, regulators and the wider public.

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Multiply

Multiply is a mobile app that helps freelancers and self-employed people get on top of their personal finances and plan for the future. We use smart technology to create unique financial plans. The plans work in three steps: get stable today, build security for your future and achieve big goals.

After downloading the app and answering a few questions about yourself and your current situation, Multiply will provide you with a list of recommendations across savings, investments, pensions and insurance.

Multiply is totally free to use and isn’t tied to any big bank or provider – our plans are 100% independent. Our mission is to make sure every self-employed person can have the freedom they love and the stability they deserve.

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